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  • Two Denison police officers — one of whom was fired this year — allege their former chief and Denison city leaders illegally retaliated against them, according to lawsuits filed in federal court.
  • Kramer sent to prison, maintains innocence
    A judge this morning sentenced a 31-year-old Westside man to the minimum allowable amount of prison time for rubbing his clothed genitals with the hand and foot of a then-12-year-old child relative two years ago.
  • Trial nears for man accused of scamming Coon Rapids woman
    A 57-year-old Texas man who faces multiple felony theft charges in four counties — including Carroll — is set to stand trial next month in Pocahontas.
  • A 47-year-old Carroll woman was arrested last week for selling thousands of dollars of methamphetamine to an undercover drug-enforcement agent, according to court records.
  • Naked chimney man arrested for going drunk to jail
    The 29-year-old Carroll man who made national headlines in May when he was rescued naked from a local business’ chimney was arrested again on Saturday for being drunk when he reported to jail to serve time for another criminal conviction.
  • Kramer hires new attorney to fight sex assault conviction
    A 31-year-old Westside man convicted of felony sexual abuse has hired a West Des Moines attorney to review his case prior to his sentencing hearing later this month — in which a judge will decide the man’s punishment.
  • Jury: Attempted murder suspect guilty of assault
    Jurors on Friday decided Jeremy Werneburg, 37, of Carroll, is guilty of assault rather than attempted murder for striking a man with his car in February.
  • Abuse victim asks for leniency
    Jeromie Kramer should not serve a years-long prison sentence for sexually abusing a 12-year-old child relative two years ago, that child wrote to a judge who will decide Kramer’s fate.
  • ‘Does that  make sense? No’
    Jeremy Werneburg claims he was trying to escape a hostile situation when he accidentally struck Kyle Freese with his car in February.
  • Was attempted murder suspect lured to a fight?
    Jeremy Werneburg and Kaylee Lawler dated for about a year until their breakup this past December.
  • Conflicting stories mark opening of attempted-murder trial
    The first two witnesses called by the county prosecutor to testify this morning in Jeremy Allen Werneburg’s attempted-murder trial gave similar but sometimes conflicting accounts of the February night Werneburg is accused of ramming another man with his car.
  • Trial for Valentine’s Day attacker starts Tuesday
    The attempted murder trial of a 37-year-old Carroll man accused of striking another man with a car in a jealous rage is set to start Tuesday in Sac City.
  • The 65-year-old Ogden woman who formerly owned Curves in Carroll faces up to 25 years in prison for allegedly stealing an unspecified amount of money from someone over the course of seven years.
  • Pizza Ranch owner asks judge to nix incriminating messages
    Suspicious text messages sent to Robert Schultz from his brother’s cellphone the day and night his Pizza Ranch restaurant in Jefferson was torched should not be allowed as evidence at his trial next week, according to Schultz’s attorney.
  • A 53-year-old Carroll man sentenced to 31 years in federal prison for possessing methamphetamine and guns will be released six years early, U.S. President Barack Obama decided last week when he commuted the sentences of about 100 non-violent drug criminals.
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